Death Becomes Us: A True Crime Festival to Die for
Soon after her disappearance, Dorothy's family began receiving chilling calls from an unidentified caller.
Philip Ginsburg turned to writing true crime books after learning more about Marie Hilley’s elaborate hoax that all started with murder.
Their dream home in the country soon became a site of unspeakable tragedy.
In 2005, an ex-convict brutally murdered his girlfriend—and made her daughter watch.
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The architect's idyllic estate became a house of horrors.
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She knew her son was missing, but the police didn't believe her. Then they unearthed the brutal truth.
A strange, charismatic man lured three women to brutal deaths.
After spending ten years in prison, Sheppard was acquitted of his wife's murder. But for some, questions remain.
The Kansas killer has never revealed their location.
Michelle McNamara’s obsessive search for the man who terrorized California during the 1970s and ‘80s is chronicled in her book, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark.
Investigative journalist Fred Rosen interviews a woman who was close to one of the Strangler’s earliest victims: Oliver LeBanks.
Their gravestone reads ‘The Murdered Family.’ But who did it? The only survivor of the massacre was too young to talk.
On a cold January morning, John Hoskins slaughtered three members of his family.